RICHMOND, Va. — Two top executives from Supervalu, Minneapolis, testified last week in a $25 million personal-injury lawsuit filed by a former retailer here, according to reports. Jeff Noddle, chairman and chief executive officer, Supervalu, and Michael Jackson, president, said they sought to help local retailer Jonathan Johnson keep his Community Pride grocery chain in business. Johnson alleges that Supervalu, his wholesaler before Community Pride went out of business in 2004, in fact ...

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